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Greggs announces the official return of sausage, bean and cheese melt

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Greggs has delighted fans across the country by officially announcing the return of its popular Sausage, Bean and Cheese Melt.It comes after everyone's favourite bakery chain hinted at the return of one of their popular food items on their social media at the beginning of the week.Now, Greggs has confirmed the beloved Sausage, Bean and Cheese Melt is officially back on the menu from today, meaning you can race to your local store as soon as possible to tuck into one.The popular pastry's grand return to the Greggs menu follows months of unavailability due to the supply chain issues and shortage of HGV drivers that hit businesses across the country last year.But now Greggs has said it is "excited" to be bringing back the fan-favourite pastry.

The lack of Sausage, Bean and Cheese Melt's on the menu did not go unnoticed by fans who have been eagerly awaiting its return to stores.

Earlier this week the bakery chain sent fans into a frenzy by hinting at the possible return in a Twitter post captioned:"The comeback you’ve bean waiting for… 2 days to go."It follows high demand from fans - including Little Mix Star Jade Thirwall - who have been vocal in expressing their excitement for the melt to make its return. “This better be the sausage bean cheese melt or I’m guna kick off hun” responded the Little Mix star.

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